Spring is half way through, Easter is all done and everything is still blooming or just waiting for the right moment to reveal itself. When you are on your stay here and you feel like there’s more to be seen or just generally want to be nosey…we’re all guilty of it. The National Garden Scheme helps garden owners open their beautiful gardens to the public, sharing their passion and raising impressive amounts of money through entry fees, teas and slices of cake. Use this link to browse through the gardens local to us https://www.ngs.org.uk/find-a-garden. The National Garden Scheme is a charitable funder of nursing charities. They help many charities and The National Autistic Society is one of them. They have donated £130,000 to this charity which is absolutely amazing.
The Activity Break has just packed up and are heading home after their Sight Seeing themed week. This week consisted of a trip on the Bluebell Railway with a spot of lunch and a day out in Lewes where they visited the castle and did a bit of shopping. Next months activity break is Mad About Animals but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t have any animal experiences whilst on this break. The attendees got the chance to bottle feed a lamb which they all absolutely loved. They also had Toby, our grounds mans dog, visit them in the Farmhouse and spent an afternoon with them for plenty of cuddles.
With the weather being a bit colder and luckily not raining, they went for a walk down our nature trail, which leads you to our ancient woodland. It is so beautiful down there with a running stream and plenty of Bluebells. If you would like to come and see Nutley Edge blooming then please use the ‘View Cottages’ button below to browse our availability.